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Dear reader,

A few weeks ago, I visited my hometown to attend the wedding of a dear friend’s son. I met several old friends, whom I had seen intermittently over the years.

One chided me for not being in touch to share some of the major events--celebrations or otherwise--that I had experienced over the years. We spoke about how life is so fast-paced and how difficult it is to find time to...

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Listening Carefully

An elderly man was having hearing problems. His specialist fitted him with hearing aids that brought his hearing back to full strength.

After a few weeks the man came back to make sure the new equipment was working properly, which it was.

The doctor said, “It all seems perfect. Your family should be delighted you can hear everything now.”

“Oh no,” the man responded. “I haven’t told any of them. I just sit quietly, listening carefully. I’ve changed my will four times.”

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